Programme Dates
13 Apr 2020 – 4 Sep 2020
Closing Soon – Apply Now
13 Apr 2020 – 4 Sep 2020
Closing Soon – Apply Now
13 Apr 2020 – 4 Sep 2020
Closing Soon – Apply Now

IELTS Preparation 

IELTS is the International English Testing System. This is an examination which is done all over the world and is trusted in more than 10,000 organisations globally. It is a recognised qualification that is reputable amongst educational institutions, employers, governments and any professional environments nationally and internationally. This is one of the most popular courses we have and it gets filled rapidly. IELTS measures the ability of those who want to study or work within an English speaking environment or country. It is graded with a nine-band scale to categorise the levels of linguistic proficiency. The highest band is nine and the lowest is one, nine being an expert and one being a non- speaker.

The two test versions of IELTS are:

  • Academic IELTS- For those who want to apply and progress within their higher educational needs or start their journey within a professional environment.
  • General IELTS- For those whose first language is not English and they need to understand the basics of the language itself.

Both IELTS Academic and General Training offer an effective and accurate assessment of four highly important language skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking.

Key Information

Hours per Week
 15 Hours

2 – 24 Weeks

Students in Class
 Average 15 students


  • Affordable and a reasonable price for London
  • Delivered by qualified professionals
  • One-to-one teaching results in concentrated and effective learning
  • Acquire a recognised qualification which is renowned all over the world
  •  Improve all areas of English: Comprehension in reading and written grammar; speak more fluently and precisely and also increase your vocabulary range within written/ spoken English
  •  IELTS qualifications are recognised by thousands of employers, academics and government institutions in countries all over the world, including: UK, USA, Australia, Canada and New Zealand
  •  In addition to achieving the best possible results you will be able to gain access to UK universities
  • If you want to live, work or study in an English speaking country then the IELTS qualification can help you achieve your objective

Before starting, your level of English should be B1 at a minimum.

Please note the minimum age for students wishing to join this course is 16 years old.

As part of your application, you are required to submit the following supporting documents:

Documents Needed

  • Passport/ID

  • Application Form

Tuition fees cover the cost of a student’s academic studies. This usually includes teaching costs, registration and examination fees (not repeat or tailing modules, re-sit fees or coursework resubmission). Any costs associated with work placements will be the students responsibility.

2 – 4 Weeks: £170/weekly

6 – 12 Weeks: £160/weekly

14 – 22 Weeks: £150/weekly

When Course Begins

Start Date Status
13 Apr 2020 – 4 Sep 2020 Closing Soon – Apply Now
13 Apr 2020 – 4 Sep 2020 Closing Soon – Apply Now
13 Apr 2020 – 4 Sep 2020 Closing Soon – Apply Now

What the application process looks like

We don’t just admit individual students; we curate a community. Our online coding bootcamp students come from myriad backgrounds and prior career paths — ensuring that a diversity of thought and perspectives enrich every student’s experience.

Step 1 → Apply
Submit your application. Share a bit about yourself and what’s driving you to start a career.

Step 2 → Admissions interview
Speak with an Admissions representative in a non-technical interview. This is an opportunity for us to get to know each other a little better. Nothing technical — just a friendly conversation.

Step 3 → Admissions decision
You’ll receive an admissions decision within a few days of completing your Admissions interview. If accepted, you’ll prepare for the first 14 days of the program, a busy and critical time. During these 14 days, you’ll complete various requirements to continue in your cohort.